Commit caeae805 authored by Antonela's avatar Antonela
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Create privchat landing page

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html: privchat.html
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color: primary
<div class="container w-50 text-center">
<img class="img-fluid p-3" height="auto" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/privchat.svg' }}" /> <h1 class="display-2 text-primary">Privchat</h1>
<p class="text-primary p-3"> a conversation about tech, human rights, <br/>and internet freedom brought to you by the Tor Project</p>
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<div class="container pb-3 mt-5 preamble">
<p>
{{ _('PrivChat is a fundraising event series held to raise donations for the Tor Project. Our goal is to bring you important topics related to what is happening in tech, human rights, and internet freedom by convening experts for a chat with our community. With PrivChat we want to build a two way support system. While you will be getting access to information and with your donations.') }}
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<div class="container py-3 mt-5">
<p class="h2 text-primary" target="_blank">{{ _('#1 - Online Privacy in 2020: Activism & COVID-19') }}
<a class="btn btn-small bg-primary text-light ml-4 mb-3" href=""><i class="mr-2 pt-1 fas fa-thumbtack-png"></i> {{ _("Save the date") }} </a></p>
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<p><span class="text-primary nick">{{ _("June 23th ∙ 6PM UTC ∙ 2PM NYC ∙ 6PM UTC ∙ 2PM NYC") }}</span></p>
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<p>{{ _('Some copy here. PrivChat is a fundraising event series held to raise donations for the Tor Project. Our goal is to bring you important topics related to what is happening in tech, human rights, and internet freedom by convening experts for a chat with our community. With PrivChat we want to build a two way support system. While you will be getting access to information and with your donations).') }}</p>
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<h4>Participants</h4>
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<img class="card-img-top" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/carmela.png' }}" alt="Carmela Troncoso">
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">{{ _('Carmela Troncoso') }}</h4>
<p class="text-tpo">Carmela Troncoso is an Assistant Professor at EPFL (Switzerland) where she heads the SPRING Lab. She holds a Master's degree in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Vigo (2006) and a Ph.D. in Engineering from the KU Leuven (2011). Before arriving to EPFL she was a Faculty member at the IMDEA Software Institute (Spain) for 2 years; the Security and Privacy Technical Lead at Gradiant working closely with industry to deliver secure and privacy friendly solutions to the market for 4 years; and a pos-doctoral researcher at the COSIC Group.<br/> Carmela's research focuses on security and privacy. Her thesis “Design and Analysis methods for Privacy Technologies” received the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics Security and Trust Management Best Ph.D. Thesis Award; and her work on Privacy Engineering received the CNIL-INRIA Privacy Protection Award 2017. She regularly publishes in the most prestigious venues in Security (e.g. ACM Conference on Computer Security or USENIX Security Symposium) and Privacy (Privacy Enhancing Technologies).</p>
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<img class="card-img-top" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/dkg.png' }}" alt="Daniel Kahn Gillmor">
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">{{ _('Daniel Kahn Gillmor') }}</h4>
<p class="text-tpo">Daniel Kahn Gillmor is a Senior Staff Technologist for ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, focused on the way our technical infrastructure shapes society and impacts civil liberties.<br/> As a free software developer and member of the Debian project, he contributes to fundamental tools that shape the possibilities of our information-rich environment.<br/> As a participant in the IETF he fosters the creation of new generations of networking and cryptographic protocols designed and optimized for privacy and security. He is an anti-surveillance advocate for privacy, justice, free speech, and data sovereignty. Daniel is a graduate of Brown University’s computer science program.</p>
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<img class="card-img-top" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/matt.png' }}" alt="Matt Mitchell">
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">{{ _('Matt Mitchell ') }}</h4>
<p class="text-tpo">Matt Mitchell is a hacker and Tech Fellow at The Ford Foundation. Matt is working with the BUILD and Technology and Society teams at Ford Foundation to develop digital security strategy, technical assistance offerings, and safety and security measures for the foundation’s grantee partners. <br/> Committed to using his digital skills — as hacker, developer, operational security trainer, security researcher, and data journalist — for good, Matt has worked in various capacities at the intersection of technology and social justice. Formerly the Director of Digital Safety & Privacy for Tactical Tech (also known as the Tactical Technology Collective). Matt worked leading security training efforts, curricula, and organizational security for Tactical Tech in their mission to raise awareness about privacy, provide tools for digital security, and mobilize people to turn information into action.<br/>
Matt is a well known security researcher, operational security trainer, and data journalist who founded & leads CryptoHarlem ( https://twitter.com/cryptoHarlem ), impromptu workshops teaching basic cryptography tools to the predominately African American community in upper Manhattan.</p>
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<h4>MC</h4>
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<img class="card-img-top" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/roger.png' }}" alt="Roger Dinglendine">
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">{{ _('Roger Dinglendine') }}</h4>
<p class="text-tpo">Carmela Troncoso is an Assistant Professor at EPFL (Switzerland) where she heads the SPRING Lab. She holds a Master's degree in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Vigo (2006) and a Ph.D. in Engineering from the KU Leuven (2011). Before arriving to EPFL she was a Faculty member at the IMDEA Software Institute (Spain) for 2 years; the Security and Privacy Technical Lead at Gradiant working closely with industry to deliver secure and privacy friendly solutions to the market for 4 years; and a pos-doctoral researcher at the COSIC Group.<br/> Carmela's research focuses on security and privacy. Her thesis “Design and Analysis methods for Privacy Technologies” received the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics Security and Trust Management Best Ph.D. Thesis Award; and her work on Privacy Engineering received the CNIL-INRIA Privacy Protection Award 2017. She regularly publishes in the most prestigious venues in Security (e.g. ACM Conference on Computer Security or USENIX Security Symposium) and Privacy (Privacy Enhancing Technologies).</p>
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<h1><i class="fas fa-hand-holding-usd px-5 text-light"></i></h1>
<h3 class="preamble text-light text-center mx-auto">Your donations make this series and our work at Tor possible. <br/> The best way to support our work is to <a class="text-success" href="/donate">{{ _('become a monthly donor.') }}</a></h3>
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